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The Ucare Foundation, formerly known as the Pakistan International Foundation, was founded by Ch. Mohammed Sarwar (Ex Member of British Parliament) on 16th March 2000. to provide accessible, consistent and high quality healthcare and education facilities to developing countries, especially in rural and deprived areas of Pakistan.
Foundation Hospital Rajana Opened in October, 2005 (Pakistan)
Foundation Hospital Chichawatni Opened in Jan, 2009 (Pakistan)
Foundation Public School, Pir Mahal Opened in April, 2011 (Pakistan)
Ucare Foundation Charity Shop Opened in Jan, 2009 (Glasgow)
We work in partnership with government departments, charity organizations and other key stakeholders to deliver equal and affordable access to healthcare and educational services for all the people in need of services in these remote districts.
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Foundation Hospital Rajana opened in 2005 in Rajana district Toba Tek Singh, Pakistan.
Foundation Hospital Chichawatni opened in 2009 in Chichawatni district Sahiwal, Pakistan.
Foundation Hospital Rajana & Chichawatni treats almost treats 15000 patients per month and also provide free medicines and treatment to the poor and needy people.
The healthcare of women and children is of particular concern. Compared to the rest of Asia, the health status of women is particularly poor. 30,000 women die annually from completions in pregnancy. One in 38 women dies in child birth itself. With 93 deaths per 1000, infant mortality is just deplorable.
Our dedicated team of doctors, nurses and staff at Foundation Hospital Rajana are working diligently to promote health seeking behaviour among poor people in the target areas.
As a result there is a significant increase in the number patients and women delivering babies at Foundation hospitals Rajana & Chichawatni.
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Foundation Public School aims to motivate students by counseling for achieving their career target through quality education of an international standard within our cultural framework. We aim for excellence through quality management, quality training and quality teaching, uplifting the economy of our student’s families within the country and the world.
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Recycle and Donate
Ucare Foundation has opened its first charity shop in Glasgow. The aim is to bring the message to Scotland of the excellent work being carried by Ucare Foundation at its projects. Charity shop is our way of interacting with generous people whom recycle and contribute to the wellbeing of others. At present our charity store is based in the heart of Glasgow thriving Asian area.
We accept unwanted clothes, gift sets, DVD’s, Videos and accessories etc. We aim to resell or recycle clothes and unwanted gifts and generate donations towards our Foundation projects in Pakistan and make a long-lasting impact in the area. We have already achieved so much but there is always room for improvement.
To promote physical activities
The aim of the project is to help people from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities to get involved in all aspects of sport and physical activity. To increase the diversity of sport volunteers by building the links between BME individuals and communities, volunteer centers and sports organization. In these tournaments more than 50 teams had been participated and more than 500 people from Glasgow community watched this tournament and much appreciated this effort.
If you need any further information don’t hesitate to contact us by call or email.
Ucare Foundation, 320 Victoria Road Glasgow G42 7RP, Tel. 0141-4234242
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